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David Suzuki | In Gurria we have one of the world's most influential economists urging dramatic climate action, including a higher, and rising, price on carbon.
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Karl Nerenberg | Donald Trump accused Hillary Clinton of favouring a Canadian-style health system, which would be 'terrible,' 'horrible.' Or would it?
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Karl Nerenberg | The highly respected Centre for the Study of Living Standards issued a report on its composite economic well-being index. The results, for Canada, are close to a failing grade.
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David J. Climenhaga | Surprising support for a meaningful increase in the minimum wage suggests the NDP is on the right track, economically and politically.
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Linda McQuaig | A surprisingly strong report just released by the prestigious OECD may cause the public to regard neoliberal snakeoil salesmen peddling a trickle-down scam more skeptically in the future.
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Josh Tabish | Roaming fees in Canada are out of control. On average, Canadians are paying way more to roam outside the country than their global counterparts, and it's our concentrated mobile market that’s to blame
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Thomas Ponniah | According to the new OECD Skills Outlook 2013, key capacities for economic success in the 21st century include information-processing competencies in technology-rich environments.
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Duncan Cameron | Finding a way to end legal tax evasion was the theme for the G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bankers Meeting in Moscow over the weekend, in preparation for the G20 Moscow Summit this year.
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The Stephen Harper we thought we knew
David J. Climenhaga | This is the neo-Con modus operandi: manufacture a fake "crisis" and move swiftly to "resolve" it while the opposition is still trying to remember where the facts were filed.
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Andrew Jackson | Further to Toby's post, the OECD report on inequality is worth a careful read. It bolsters, through careful analysis, two key arguments long advanced by the labour movement and progressive economists.
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Toby Sanger | Following concern expressed by the IMF, the Conference Board and thousands of protesters around the world, the OECD has just released an extensive 400-page report on the problem of growing inequality.
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Andrew Jackson | The OECD's new assessment of the macro-economic situation makes for pretty grim reading. And their forecast is based on an increasingly incredible view that the Eurozone will "muddle through."